Two major studies released today show that many people with breast and lung cancers may forgo chemotherapy and still live longer, signaling a waning need for what was long seen as the standard of c
A new WHO position paper examines the balance of benefits and harms in offering mammography screening to women after the age of 40 in a variety of settings. Every year, breast cancer kills more than 500,000 women around the world.
The breast cancer rate in Beijing has increased by 90 percent in the past two decades, according to Sun Qiang, director of the Peking Union Medical College Hospital’s Breast Center.
Biocon’s launch of the world’s first bio-similar of Trastuzumab, a critical breast cancer drug, is unlikely to benefit patients in a big way if the company sticks to the prices it has indicated, cl
A new technology to detect breast cancer at the early stage has been installed at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre (RGCI&RC).
Women in the Malwa belt of Punjab are facing the threat of breast cancer, if one goes by the reports compiled by Roko Cancer, a UK-based organisation.
About 18.4 in every 100,000 Sri Lankan women had breast cancer in 2005. This figure has gone up to 25, Health Ministry media coordinator W M D Vanninayake said.
To mark October as the "Breast Cancer Awareness Month" the Pink Ribbon National Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign held a ceremony in memory of 40,000 women dying every year with breast cancer in Pak
Diagnosed cases of breast cancer rose by 260 percent and those of cervical cancer by 20 percent from 1980 to 2010, with the biggest hikes occurring in developing countries, according to global esti
Scientists have discovered a gene that may hold the key to breast cancer and several other mysterious diseases
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